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June Meibergen

Updated: Feb 1

June Meibergen, a native Californian and 50-year resident of Tiburon, passed away peacefully in her home on January 17, 2024. She had her family by her side, as well as her longtime caregiver, Vida. June was 94 and a half years old.

 

June was born in San Jose, California. She was adopted by her Uncle and Aunt, Henry and Phoebe Wramp. She attended high school at Galileo High School, San Francisco, and then graduated with her associate degree in business and accounting from College of Marin.

 

June began her career in accounting, and then moved into the travel industry. She was an entrepreneur, and purchased Tamalpais Travel in Corte Madera with her partner, Ralph Meibergen, in 1968. Ralph and June then married in 1974. Ralph preceded June in death in 2003. June retired in 1988.

 

June was a tennis player, swimmer, traveled the world and loved ballroom dancing with her longtime friends.

 

June leaves her only son, Paul Hillesheim, and two granddaughters, Paula Sheehy and Rachel Hillesheim Urvina. In addition, she leaves three great-grandsons, Kevin Sheehy, Matthew Sheehy, and Mason Kamaunu, great-granddaughter Emily Kamaunu, and two great-great-grandsons, Sloan and James Sheehy.

 

Services will be held at Mt. Tamalpais Cemetery on February 18th, 2024 at 11:00am.

 

Memorial contributions may be sent to Tiburon Peninsula Foundation, P.O. Box 210, Tiburon, California 94920.

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